Police reform requires starting over from the ground up. Anything less is just an adhesive bandage on a gaping, hemorrhaging, pus-filled wound.
Journalists who believe they are empowered to invade other people’s lives and private property for clickbait and airtime don’t care whose lives they destroy.
Sean Davis reflects on the recent election and the adversity America is faced with, the changes that need to be made, and the opportunities ahead of us.
In Linda Rand’s next Pandemic Diaries column “Network of Hyphae,” election results are rolling in and Rand looks to nature to find corollaries amid the tumult.
Despite four years of numerous articles explaining that the primary reason for supporting this president is white supremacy, there are still people insisting we need more analysis.
Liberals and progressives won’t jeopardize their own comfort to fundamentally change a system that privileges them. Why “voting blue” won’t make a difference.
In Linda Rand’s next Pandemic Diaries column “Thin Places,” she explores the timelines and worlds we navigate, as one being and also as many beings.
Linda Rand with her next Pandemic Diaries column “Our Birthday Is a Shimmer of Life,” spending time in cemeteries, contemplating life, and beyond.
The political winds have shifted since Portland’s May 19th mayoral primary. Now, the top vote getter is the underdog, but the other name on the ballot could be a spoiler.
Linda Rand with her next Pandemic Diaries column “Summer Elegy in Our Time of COVID,” experiencing the change in seasons and what yet lies ahead.